Temporary Restrictions & EYBA


Mar. 03, 2022


 

Gym Location Edm School Vaccination Form Restriction Exemption Program Spectators Allowed
Archbishop Jordan Small

NO

YES

NO

Ecole Publique Gabrielle Roy

NO

YES

NO

Ecole Maurice Lavalee NO YES NO
Ecole Secondaire Sainte Marguerite d'Youville NO YES NO
Father Michael Troy NO YES NO
Jasper Place Gym E NO YES NO
JJ Bowlen NO YES NO
John D Bracco NO YES NO
Legacy Athletics NO NO YES
Muriel Martin NO YES NO
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Gym NO YES NO

Ross Sheppard

NO YES NO
Saville Centre NO NO YES
Servus Place NO YES - 18+ Only YES
St FX Sports Centre NO YES YES
St Nicholas School  NO YES NO
St Theresa NO YES NO
 Velma Baker NO YES NO 
       
       
       
       

 

March 3rd Update (From Saville): Capacity restrictions lifted, all spectators welcome. Spectators are still asked to stay within the walls of the gym and everyone who isn't involved in the physical activity still requires a to be masked.

 

February 10th Update (from Saville):

Saville Community Sports Centre - West (GO Sports)

FACILITY PROTOCOLS UPDATE - February 10, 2022

SUMMARY (please read below the dotted line for the full update):

  1. Covid-19 continues to circulate, so we ask for your continuing diligence in protecting yourself and others. Self-screening is critically important and making the responsible choice to stay home if unwell.
  2. Masks are still required in public indoor facilities.
  3. We require your assistance to comply with the 50% occupancy limit and that means limiting spectator access to 1 person per participant.

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On Tuesday, February 8, the Government of Alberta announced a three step plan to ease provincial public health restrictions. The University of Alberta has assessed the province’s announcement and its impact on our diverse community and campus activities. Thank you for your patience as we reviewed the available information.


Effective immediately:

  • Visitors will no longer require proof of vaccination/QR codes for entry into University of Alberta sport and recreation facilities.  
  • StudentsStaff and Faculty members will continue to provide their CampusReady pass at checkpoints until further notice.
  • All users and spectators must screen for COVID-19 symptoms. If you do have any symptoms, please stay home until you are symptom free.
  • Spectator access will be limited to 1 spectator per participant at this time, total occupancy will be limited to 50% of fire code for all events (for areas with greater than 500 person capacity).
  • University of Alberta Golden Bears and Pandas events will welcome a limited number of spectators. Please visit the Golden Bears and Pandas website for information related to these events.
  • Food and beverage may be consumed in our facilities while seated.


Face coverings must be worn at all times in indoor facilities except while engaged in high intensity physical activity.


Zero Tolerance Policy

We thank the thousands of visitors who have utilized our facilities and services and treated our frontline staff with respect and courtesy! We do recognize this is a stressful time for all clients; however, we will not accept abusive or aggressive behavior and language towards our staff. We seek to provide a safe environment for all in our community, and we will take steps (up to and including permanent removal) to curb behavior and language that presents a threatening environment.


For up-to-date information about our basketball programs and services, please visit savillecentre.ca

 It’s been our pleasure to support the basketball communities’ needs throughout this challenging time. Thank you for your continued support and patience!

*Also note that Spectators are asked to stay within the walls of the court, meaning no spectating from the hallway or the upstairs

February 9th Update:

REP removed from Legacy Athletics

January 19th Update:

Spectators will not be permitted at the Saville Centre until further notice

December 23rd Update:

From Saville: Saville Community Sports Centre and Edmonton Grads Basketball Centre continue to seek opportunities to serve our clients' health and wellness needs and to support the Government of Alberta's objective to reduce our contacts by 50%. Therefore, we would like to make you aware of new restrictions associated with the use of the Saville Community Sports Centre (West):

Effective December 27 (until January 21)

  •  Spectators will not be permitted within the facility.
  • Only one parent/guardian may escort their child if they require support or guidance to find their designated activity space within our facility. The parent/guardian must leave the facility immediately afterward.
  • Participants are strongly encouraged to leave as soon as possible following their activity. Please do not linger in the facility.
  • Drop-in capacity will be limited; please ensure space is available before dropping off youth participants.

Reminders

All clients (12 years and older) must be fully vaccinated (14 days past 2nd dose) before entering the facility.

Masks are required at all times, except while engaged in high-intensity activities; coaches are requested to modify activities to allow participants to wear masks as much as possible.

The information noted in this update is subject to change without notice. We will continue to evaluate and make necessary changes as the situation evolves.

 

Nov 15th Update:

We are now playing and practicing in Edmonton Schools. All Edmonton schools are implementing the REP and there are NO SPECTATORS.

We are now playing and practicing at Edmonton School Gyms, please be aware that the following form needs to be filled out prior to every event at City of Edmonton School: Click Here for the Group Vaccination Disclosure Form

 

October 25th Update:

Monday October 25th is here, which means facilities implementing the Restrictions Exemption program are now requiring proof of full vaccination (two doses), please keep that in mind when you are planning to go to your games.

Legacy Athletics has announced that as of October 25th, they will be accepting spectators into the building, all spectators must comply with the REP to gain access.

Restrictions are tightening up in our Sherwood Park Gyms - St Theresa, Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Archbishop Jordan

  • The EICS rule of NO Spectators has now been amplified to parents not being able to enter the schools at all. Player drop off must and pick up outside of the school, if some parents have issue with that then it is up to them to arrange with the coach, to have the coach available by the entrance to take the player from the door to the gym.

The EYBA recommends that upon completion of the game, teams line up facing each other and applaud, instead of the usual high fives or fist bumps. This is only a recommendation, teams are still allowed to take part in the normal tradition if they'd like, coaches should meet first to decide how they'd like to handle it.

 

October 14th Update:

The following information can also be found here: http://edmontonyouthbasketball.com/content/game-gym-restrictions 

We are back to the courts! However, our facilities are coming with some restrictions due to COVID-19.

Many facilities have adopted the Restrictions Exemption Program which asks for the following from our membership:

YOUTH (Under 12) 

Participants in youth indoor basketball classes/programs, training & competition are required to:

  • Screen for symptoms
  • Maintain 2 meters distancing except while engaged in physical activity; 
  • Wear a mask, except while engaged in high-intensity activities; coaches are required to modify activities to allow participants to wear masks as much as possible

Youth under 12 will not need to provide identification, proof of immunization, or a negative test to access a facility or program.

ADULTS and YOUTH (12 and older) 

Participants (12 and older) in indoor basketball classes/programs, training & competition are required to:

  • Screen for symptoms
  • Maintain 2 meters distancing except while engaged in physical activity; 
  • Wear a mask, except while engaged in high-intensity activities; coaches are required to modify activities to allow participants to wear masks as much as possible 

October 5 - October 24

  • Show proof of vaccination - proof of a single dose is considered acceptable as long as the dose was given more than 2 weeks before the time of service
  • OR Show proof of a negative COVID-19 Test completed within the previous 24 hours (this does NOT apply to the Saville Centre where they will not accept a negative test unless you have a medical exemption)
  • OR Show proof of medical exemption and proof of a negative COVID-19 test completed within the previous 72 hours
  • AND Show valid personal identification or the University of Alberta OneCard.
    Not all youth (under 18) will have proof of ID, and access will be granted without photo ID

 October 25

  • Show proof of full vaccination - double dose is required (two doses at least 14 days prior is required)
  • OR Show proof of a negative COVID-19 Test completed within the previous 24 hours (this does NOT apply to the Saville Centre where they will not accept a negative test unless you have a medical exemption)
  • OR Show proof of medical exemption and proof of a negative COVID-19 test completed within the previous 72 hours
  • AND Show valid personal identification or the University of Alberta OneCard.
    Not all youth (under 18) will have proof of ID, and access will be granted without photo ID

NOTE: These requirements are reviewed regularly and may change with limited notice.

 

In addition to the REP, some facilities are not allowing spectators, the following chart should help guide you for each Game Gym:

 

We are back to the courts! However, our facilities are coming with some restrictions due to COVID-19.

Many facilities have adopted the Restrictions Exemption Program which asks for the following from our membership:

YOUTH (Under 12) 

Participants in youth indoor basketball classes/programs, training & competition are required to:

  • Screen for symptoms
  • Maintain 2 meters distancing except while engaged in physical activity; 
  • Wear a mask, except while engaged in high-intensity activities; coaches are required to modify activities to allow participants to wear masks as much as possible

Youth under 12 will not need to provide identification, proof of immunization, or a negative test to access a facility or program.

ADULTS and YOUTH (12 and older) 

Participants (12 and older) in indoor basketball classes/programs, training & competition are required to:

  • Screen for symptoms
  • Maintain 2 meters distancing except while engaged in physical activity; 
  • Wear a mask, except while engaged in high-intensity activities; coaches are required to modify activities to allow participants to wear masks as much as possible 

October 5 - October 24

  • Show proof of vaccination - proof of a single dose is considered acceptable as long as the dose was given more than 2 weeks before the time of service
  • OR Show proof of a negative COVID-19 Test completed within the previous 24 hours (this does NOT apply to the Saville Centre where they will not accept a negative test unless you have a medical exemption)
  • OR Show proof of medical exemption and proof of a negative COVID-19 test completed within the previous 72 hours
  • AND Show valid personal identification or the University of Alberta OneCard.
    Not all youth (under 18) will have proof of ID, and access will be granted without photo ID

 October 25

  • Show proof of full vaccination - double dose is required
  • OR Show proof of a negative COVID-19 Test completed within the previous 24 hours (this does NOT apply to the Saville Centre where they will not accept a negative test unless you have a medical exemption)
  • OR Show proof of medical exemption and proof of a negative COVID-19 test completed within the previous 72 hours
  • AND Show valid personal identification or the University of Alberta OneCard.
    Not all youth (under 18) will have proof of ID, and access will be granted without photo ID

NOTE: These requirements are reviewed regularly and may change with limited notice.

 

In addition to the REP, some facilities are not allowing spectators, the following chart should help guide you for each Game Gym:

Gym Location Edm School Vaccination Form Restriction Exemption Program Spectators Allowed
Archbishop Jordan Small

NO

YES

NO

Ecole Publique Gabrielle Roy

YES

YES

NO

Ecole Secondaire Sainte Marguerite d'Youville NO YES NO
Jasper Place Gym E YES YES NO
JJ Bowlen YES YES NO
John D Bracco YES YES NO
Legacy Athletics NO YES YES
Muriel Martin NO YES NO
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Gym NO YES NO

Ross Sheppard

YES YES NO
Saville Centre NO YES YES
Servus Place NO YES - 18+ Only YES
St FX Sports Centre NO YES YES
St Theresa NO YES NO
 Velma Baker YES YES NO 
       
       
       
       

 

 

 

 

September 16th Original:

Alberta has put temporary measures in place to reduce the impacts of COVID-19 on the health care system

Here is what is important for EYBA:

Youth (under 18) sport, fitness, recreation and performance activities (Sept 16)

  • Indoor group classes, training, and competitions are permitted, but participants are required to:
    • screen for symptoms
    • maintain 2 metres distancing, except youth while engaged in physical activity
    • wear a mask, except youth while engaged in physical activity
  • Spectator attendance is restricted to 1/3 fire code capacity, attendees are limited to a single household or 2 close contact if living alone and must be masked and maintain 2 metres physical distancing.
  • Outdoor activities can continue with no restrictions.

For EYBA we'll likely be having coaches "screen for symptoms" prior to each event and spectators may be "limited" or "not at all"

More to come as we get more information.

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